The Widow of the South - Roger Hicks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552773409 / Author: Roger Hicks / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 24/10/06 (Very useful, 663 readings)
I went on a very long train journey recently, and had to arm myself with enough reading material to prevent the onset of insanity that comes from being cooped up for hours on end. I don’t often buy books, and tend to raid the library or charity shops instead, but on this occasion I decided to splash out! I was in Borders and this novel caught my eye. I don’t usually read anything with the words “love story” in the blurb, but I was seduced by the fact that “The Widow of the South” is based on a true story. When I discovered that this was Robert Hick’s debut novel, and that he was a leading member of the Nashville music industry I didn’t hold out much hope of the book . Read the complete review
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